St Monica’s College – Epping VIC

‘A School of Educational Enterprise’

  • Est. 1964
  • Address: Yr 10 – 12: 16 Davisson St, Epping 3076
  • Address: Yr 7 – 9: 400 Dalton Rd, Epping 3076
  • State: VIC
  • Tel: 03 9409 8800

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  • Principal: Mr Brian Hanley
  • Enquiries: College Registrar
  • Gender: Co-educational
  • Yr Range: Yr 7 – 12
  • Enrolment: 1,920 students
  • Yr 7 Enrolment: 377 students; 13 classes
  • Languages: Italian, French, Japanese, Spanish & Greek
  • Fees for 2016: Yr 7 $6,280 Yr 12 $7,230
  • VCE Units 3 & 4: 43
  • VCAL: Yes
  • VET: Yes

“We are committed to the provision of high quality and contemporary
Catholic Education. As a School of Educational Enterprise we prepare students to contribute positively to society.”
Mr Brian Hanley

St Monica’s College offers a vast offering of courses and subjects to its students and for this it is renowned throughout the northern suburbs of Melbourne. From Year 7 to VCE, students’ needs and interests are catered for through extensive options in English, and also in Mathematics, from support classes to extension classes up to and including Specialist Mathematics. The College’s LOTE program teaches the following languages other than English from Year 7 to VCE: Italian, French, Modern Greek, Spanish and Japanese. Immersion classes are offered for the first four years in Italian and Japanese.

The College’s performing arts and visual arts curricula are impressively extensive. In these areas students are able to take all or some of Music, Dance, Theatre Studies, Art, Visual Communication, Media and Textiles. Excellent facilities have been built to meet the demands of these subjects into the 21st century.

All students receive a Notebook free of charge (changeovers occurring after Year 9) and it has been stated that St Monica’s College leads the field in ICT provision and integration of Information Technology across all areas of the school.

It is recommended that prospective Monican families access our website to discover the entire range of subjects on offer. Further, the College is pleased to ensure that small numbers in senior years seldom prevent the offering of VCE, VET or VCAL subjects.

St Monica’s College takes seriously the reality that contemporary learning in schools is now online, whether this is via web-based courses, eBooks, working in the cloud or in eLibraries. The contemporary classroom is no longer just a physical space because, through digital technologies, the ‘classroom’ is accessible anywhere, anytime. This is acknowledged in our newest Strategic Plan 2015-2019. The ‘bricks and mortar’ of contemporary schools now require expansive wireless access, as well as large bandwidth, so all their students and teachers are able to be online at all times, school as well as home. St Monica’s has the network capacity to support 1000-plus users online all at the same time. And all this is in the service of improving student outcomes because, “we provide facilities, resources and technology which reflect a commitment to excellence and encourage each student to reach full potential” (College Mission Statement).

St Monica’s College is committed to a 1:1 program meaning students receive new full size laptops at Year 7 and Year 10. Courses and their resources are all online and students are able to access both Google and Microsoft applications in the cloud. Teachers utilise online learning management systems, like Moodle, WordPress and Google Classroom, so that students can more easily access their work. With the development of ICON (Integrated Catholic Online Network) continuous reporting is being introduced so that parents will be able to monitor their child’s development online throughout the year and not just at report time.

Please visit our website for details
  • Music Performance Centres x 3
  • eLearning Centre/VCAL Hub
  • Arts Centre/Visual Arts Centres x 2
  • Design & Technology Centre
  • Food Technology Centres x 2
  • Learning Activities Complex
  • Library Resource Centres x 2
  • Performing Arts/Drama Centre
  • Trade & Industry Centre
  • Weights/Circuit Rooms x 2
  • Track & Field Complex
  • Basketball Courts x 9
  • Multi-purpose Areas x 2
  • Soccer & Hockey Pitch
  • Trade Skills Centre
  • Counselling Rooms x 2
  • Sports & Assembly Hall
  • IT Labs x 6
  • Gymnasiums x 2
  • Tennis Courts x 9
  • Netball Courts x 2
  • Careers Centres x 2
  • Media Suites x 2
  • Science Labs x 9
  • Rural Campus
  • LOTE Centre
  • Theatre
  • Chapels x 2
  • Wetlands
  • Ovals x 2
  • Numeracy Centre
  • Literacy Centre
  • Art Gallery
  • Chess Club
  • Bike Club
  • Book Club
  • Art Club
  • Anime Club
  • College Production
  • Social Justice Group
  • Community Service
  • Dance Showcase
  • Music Ensembles/Bands
  • Envirofriends
  • Debating
  • Public Speaking
  • Solar Car/Boat Club
  • Photo and Design Club
  • Shakespeare Club
  • Student Leadership
  • Saint John Cadets
  • Extensive Sport Program
  • Fitness Program
  • Badminton
  • Cricket
  • Futsal
  • Golf
  • Rugby League
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • AFL
  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Cross Country
  • Soccer
  • Futsal
  • Golf
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Rugby League
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Religious Education
  • English
  • Mathematics/Numeracy
  • Art/Design
  • Information Technology
  • French/Italian/Japanese/Spanish/Greek
  • Music
  • Theatre Studies
  • Pastoral Care
  • Physical Education
  • History/Geography
  • Technical Studies
  • Bilingual Immersion Program
Morning Tea with the Principal is held regularly throughout the year. Excellent opportunity to see College facilities and learn more about a Monican Education. To book please contact the College.

Scholarships / Bursaries
Scholarships or bursaries are not offered at the College.

Competition Code: 3088